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Bowel Anastomosis Painful
Can u explain, extraluminal cavities extendin into the lateral sides of pelvis alongside anastomosis in bowel, on both sides extension up to acetabulum
Radiologist reading: This sounds like the interpretation of a radiologist read from a post operation film. Right after your surgery there are changes to be expected. If you doctor removed a segment of bowel then there is space created. This is being interpreted as extra luminal (phenobarbital) cavity. Over time it resolves. So long as you are not having fevers, pain out of proportion. ..talk to your doctor. Read more
The gastrointestinal tract starts at the mouth, travel down the tunnel (esophagus), which connects to the stomach, which then empties into the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum---the three parts of the small intestine (@25 feet). This empties into the colon or large intestine (about 5 feet), which then becomes the sigmoid colon, rectum and out the anus. So, every morsel eaten ...Read more
What is a subtotal colectomy with small bowel sigmoid anastomosis appearing at the level of upper pelvis mean?
Death from sepsis perforations bowel infected cavity anastomosis site, yet autopsy said bowel unremarkable, how? There wud be evidence of sepsis, yes?
Autopsy report: If the patient had a perforated bowel, I would be extremely surprised if the pathology report from the autopsy said 'normal'. To me that doesn't make any sense. Definitely if someone had a perforated bowel, there's a high chance they met the criteria for sepsis. Probably severe sepsis or even septic shock. There are strict definitions for that. Any Infectious Disease doctor should be able to help. Read more
Explain : subtotal colectomy w/small bowel sigmoid anastomoses which appears to be at the level of the upper pelvis?
I have what they called anastomotic ulcers one year after small bowel resection (removal of duodenum and partial gastrectomy). Is that normal?
I have fluid still on surgery site for a perverted bowel op was in June still painful when will it clear?
What to do about pain in bowel with inability to pass for a couple of days I have been experiencing painful urges to go but have only passed mucus. The urges are somewhat frequent and I am sometimes unable to control them. What can I do to relieve this?
None: There should be no pain with a bowel prep, which are laxatives to clean the intestines. There could be mild bloating, fullness, or minimal intestinal cramping feeling. Of course, diarrhea is the natural expected result of this bowel prep. Read more
Would any body be able to explain to me the long term effects of bowel surgery no stoma currently 3 weeks after op still painful Thankyou?
Dr Michael michaels thanks fir your answer but it's not my anus that is painful it's higher up & lower stomach it's really painful after opening bowel?
See below: In this case you need bowel endoscopy if dietary modification does not help. I see you are diabetic, so you must have a doctor. Talk to her /him to get tested and possibly referrred to a gastroenterologist. When you call the office, if the appointment clerk gives you a"we can't see you for 3 weeks"number, explain that you are in pain and tell her/him to explain that to the doctor. Best wishes, good luck. Read more
Hemorrhoids or more?: Anal pain or rectal pain? Pain from the rectum as you described that recurs may also indicate anal fissures, proctitis (due to infection, inflammatory bowel disease, radiation therapy, stercoral ulcers, rectal prolapse, trauma, etc.), prctalgia fugax. Depending on your age, risk factors, current medication (aspirin, nsaid's), circumstances, you will want to get evaluated. Read more
Painful and extremely painful bowel movements can be caused by hemorroids, anal fissure, proctitis, anorectal abscess, acute prostatitis and anal and rectal cancer
the pain can vary from slight to extreme depending on how advance the condition is
some other causes are crohns disease, ulcerative colitis and endometriosis. Read more
Not Severe: Irritable bowel syndrome often causes cramps and diarrhea alternating with constipation. The cramps can be painful but they are usually not really really painful and they are usually relieved by a bowel movement. If the pain is really severe or does not go away you should see your doctor. Read more
No: They are both due to the same cause, an irritable limbic brain system and the brainstem. This kind of symptom is extremely widespread, mainly because of so much "junk food" especially all the sweet stuff including sweeteners. Sounds different? It is! Read more
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